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60 YEARS OF VOLVO IN THE UK

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Andy Roberts

The name of Volvo is so well established in the UK that is very difficult to believe that there was once a time when it was only enthusiasts of rallying, and ‘foreign cars’ who knew of the Swedish marque.

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70 YEARS OF THE MORRIS MINOR

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Andy Roberts

A memory – it is 1975 and we are travelling towards Lewes in my maternal grandfather’s dark green four-door 1955 Morris Minor Series II.

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Club of the Month - The Talbot Owners' Club

2018 has been a fantastic year for this month’s club of the month, the Talbot Owners’ Club, with awards a plenty, starting with Octane’s Magazine Historic Motoring Award for Club of the Year and last month taking the Most Improved Magazine at the Classic & Sports Car Club awards, supported by Lancaster Insurance.

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70 Years of the Jaguar XK120

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Andy Roberts

Suppose you were a visitor to the London Motor Show in 1948 and you had just put your name on the waiting listing for a Morris Minor.

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THE ONLY TRIUMPH HERALD HATCHBACK IN THE WORLD

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Andy Roberts

‘Ten years on a garage floor with no wheels then twenty years in a back garden…’. Those are the succinct words of Chris Gunby, Triumph enthusiast extraordinary when he acquired the only Herald Hatchback in existence.

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55 years of Doctor Who

Today marks the 55th anniversary of Doctor Who and to commemorate this landmark in broadcasting, here are seven of the finest automotive moments in the history of the show. Click to read more!

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DO YOU REMEMBER – THE LANCIA TREVI?

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Andy Roberts

Some cars appear to be forgotten shortly after, or even during their production run despite their merits; the Honda Quintet is one such model that comes to mind.

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60 Years of the Aston Martin DB4

What do you consider to be the most aesthetically stunning car of the 1950s? Across the Atlantic, one might cite the Hudson Hornet, the ‘53 Studebaker Commander, the ’57 Continental, the ’57 Thunderbird or even, by the end of the decade, the Pontiac Bonneville.

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